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Fall down the stairs
It's been a long time since
I got my hands on your teenage poems
It's the only poison that I like

Throwing rocks at broken windows
Picking locks with footprints in the snow

And I don't believe you live in a library (That sails the sea)
Sleeping with a book-blanket out at sea (Like you told me)

My little bird flew away from me
She made her home in a broken tree

You're breaking branches on your way down
To someone new to throw your arms around

The next time I wake up I want to be
In a rabbit hole to the sound of you (Making coffee)

With the warm, salty sea
Its waves crashing over me

Look what you've done
You punched a hole in the sun (Now it won't shine)

Look what you've done
You punched a hole in the sun (How did you know)

Look what you've done
You punched a hole in the sun (Now it won't shine)

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